Undefeated season! Undefeated season!

The junior varsity volleyball team at Chester County Junior High recently completed an undefeated season.

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  • Undefeated season! Undefeated season!

    The junior varsity volleyball team at Chester County Junior High recently completed an undefeated season.

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  • FHU's Newby named NAIA National Player of the Year FHU's Newby named NAIA National Player of the Year

    Though Hayley Newby's final season did not end with a national championship, it did end with the NAIA's highest individual honor.

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  • Arvin Sango receives Quality-Excellence Award Arvin Sango receives Quality-Excellence Award

    Arvin Sango Inc., Henderson, a supplier of Emissions Control Systems and Body Shell Stampings was recognized with a Quality-Excellent award from Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. (TEMA) at its Annual Supplier Business Meeting (ABM) on March 10.

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  • "Back to the '80s" supports Perkins Center "Back to the '80s" supports Perkins Center

    Chester County Carl Perkins Center's 16th Annual Dinner and Auction raised more than $16,000 for the center on Saturday night.

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  • Cold shooting ends Lady Lions NAIA run Cold shooting ends Lady Lions NAIA run

    Of all the times to have a bad shooting night, Monday was the absolute worst, as the Freed-Hardeman University Lady Lions' quest for their first-ever national championship came up short.

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FHU students preparing to make music April 10-11

If it's April, it must be time for Freed-Hardeman University students to make some music! More than 500 students are in the final stages of preparing this annual rite of spring.

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Easter Events and Happenings

You are invited to attend Holy Week services at noon each day of Holy Week ending on Good Friday April 3.

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2015 Relay for Life Relay Roster

Chester County Relay For Life will be held from noon until midnight on Friday, May 29, at Chester County High School.

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Former resident murdered in Jackson
Former resident murdered in Jackson

A former Chester County resident was shot and killed, and her assailant committed suicide, Monday in a Jackson bank.

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TBI seeks information in 1990 death of Jerry Lee Connor
TBI seeks information  in 1990 death  of Jerry Lee Connor

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are seeking information in a Chester County cold case death investigation.

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School board approves payroll changes and 2015-16 calendar

Chester County Board of Education met on Thursday, March 19. After discussion during January's meeting and a system-wide study about payroll options, board members stated that they were confident in converting payroll to direct deposit only by the end of May.

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Farm Bureau donates to Gleaners
Farm Bureau donates to Gleaners

Farm Bureau recently made a food donation to the Gleaners House in observance of "Our Food Link" connecting consumers with today's Agriculture.

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Honoring women of (history) Henderson
Honoring women of (history) Henderson

March is the month that is set aside to remember the contributions and share the experiences of all women, past and present. It is also to remember the notable, the extraordinary and even those that consider themselves ordinary.

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Deanburg Community News
Deanburg Community News

Happy birthday wishes this week are sent to Jimmy and Debbie Grantham and Madelyn Quarles on March 30. Be happy! Today is the day you were sent to this world to be a blessing and inspiration to the people around you!

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Henderson Community News
Henderson Community News

Hello to my family and friends. It is a blessing to be with you one more day. Spring is here! Monday was such a beautiful day. The sun was shining and the sky was a pretty blue. It was just wonderful day.

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Hickory Corner Community News
Hickory Corner Community News

It certainly felt like spring Monday. It was a beautiful day to be outdoors, and a perfect day to walk and enjoy the warm sunshine. Now that the weather is nice I will walk at least four or five miles a week; of course when the weather is bad I exercise inside. I suppose I have been a walker for over 30 years.

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Jacks Creek Community News
Jacks Creek Community News

Whoopee! Monday morning brought a smiling sun. Her rays stretched in all directions. The temperature reached 74 degrees, but a warning toward Thursday - Mr. Jack Frost may visit.

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News from New Friendship, Mifflin, Luray and Glendale
News from New Friendship, Mifflin, Luray and Glendale

Well, believe it or not, another week has flown by. I will add a little more information to my background. My granddaddy was Forrest Maness from Jacks Creek and he was married to Wilma Virgie Seaton Maness.

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Sweetlips Community News
Sweetlips Community News

Congratulations to Bradley Barton and Tessa Hart who were married March 7 at Chickasaw Lodge. Bradley's parents are Darrin and Kim Barton of Henderson. His grandparents are Bruce and Brenda Barton and Haskle and Virginia Cox, all of Henderson. Tessa's parents are Jerry and Tina Hart of Enville.

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Get creative with your food - Try a dessert variation of a traditional fruit and cheese plate
Get creative with your food - Try a dessert variation of a traditional fruit and cheese plate

We've probably all had a time when we want a dessert, but we don't want anything too sweet. In some places, a cheese course may be served after dinner in place of dessert, and we all know that fruit is a wonderful accompaniment to cheese. When I found a recipe for these apple bundles, I knew I had stumbled across something worth trying.

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Fenimore - Lowder engagement
Fenimore - Lowder engagement

Randle and Joyce Fenimore of Henderson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss Emily Rose Fenimore of Memphis, to Mr. Jeffrey Curtis Lowder of Memphis, son of Gary and Kathy Lowder, of Signal Mountain.

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Movie Review - Cinderella - A fresh look at a classic!
Movie Review - Cinderella - A fresh look at a classic!

To provide an honest opinion from a youth, we brought a 4-year-old. She was totally enthralled in the movie, laughed at the perfect spots, and the entire audience applauded WITH her at the end of the movie. "Great for kids" is somewhat of an understatement I think!

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Words for the Week: "sleepwalking ..."
Words for the Week: "sleepwalking ..."

Have you ever been told you were a sleepwalker? Did you believe it? It is technically called "somnambulism" - pronounced "säm·nam'·bu·li·zem" - sounds more serious than being just a sleepwalker, doesn't it? What were the details of your adventure as it was told to you? How old were you?

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Adult Education orientation scheduled

The Chester County Adult Education Center has scheduled a New Student Orientation from 8 a.m. until noon March 30, 31 and April 1.

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Cancer organizations call for regulation of E-Cigarettes

Two leading cancer organizations are calling for regulation of e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS).

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CC Kindergarten registration scheduled for HeadStart April 21-22

Kindergarten registration for Chester County HeadStart students will be held from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. April 21-22 at the HeadStart Building at 495 White Avenue in Henderson.

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CCHS takes part in HOSA state competitions
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EAST CHESTER ELEMENTARY NEWS
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FHU announces Mr. and Miss FHU nominees
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FHU expanding art offerings--Freed's Instruction Leader Program granted full approval
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Garrett to present at ABAI Convention
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JACKS CREEK ELEMENTARY
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Miskelly attends Youth Leadership Summit
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"Hitman" Holder scores surprise victory
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Bethel, Freed-Hardeman split offensive DH
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CC Eagles baseball doubles up McNairy
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CCHS Girls' Softball Eaglettes beat Lions
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Dale Murphy to speak at FHU May 8
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District and State Hoop Shoot champion
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Eagles take two straight over Hardin County
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